PROVISION OF CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR CONSTRUCTION, MANAGEMENT AND EQUIPPING OF SKILLS ACQUISITION CENTRES at a MINISTRY OF NIGER DELTA AFFAIRS
MINISTRY OF NIGER DELTA AFFAIRS ID/03
Federal Secretariat Shehu Shagari Way, Cbd, Abuja.
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR PROVISION OF CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR CONSTRUCTION, MANAGEMENT AND EQUIPPING OF SKILLS ACQUISITION CENTRES.
The Ministry Of Niger-Delta Affairs intends to undertake the establishment of Modern Skills Acquisition Centres within the Niger Delta region as approved in the 2009 Capital Appropriation. The skills Acquisition Centres will have facilities for counseling, business incubation centre, cafeteria, hostels, staff quarters, library, training in various cadres and fields of endeavors such as acquisition of technical skills in Oil and Gas, Agriculture, Film Academy, Sports, Seamanship, Artisans, Horticulture and Landscaping etc.
2. SCOPE OFSERVICES:
- Consultancy firms are now required to provide the following:
- Conceptualization of model/Service delivery system
- Design of training modules for various skills
- Design of appropriate framework for implementation
- Architectural and Engineering designs of facilities
- Preparation of detailed designs of facilities
- Preparation for complete Tender Documents
- Project/Program me Costing
- Provision of Management Models/Implementation Strategy
- Supervision and project commissioning.
3. LOCATION OF PROJECTS:
One Skill Acquisition Centre per State in the Niger Delta (The Design for all to be the same)
Interested Civil Engineering, Skills Development firm and Property Development firms and /or consortia who wish to participate in the infrastructure development and training modules are required to submit their Firm’s Profile which must include but not limited to the following documents:
(i) Evidence of incorporation of the company with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC)
(ii) Evidence of Current Tax Clearance Certificate,
(iii) VAT Certificate and evidence of remittance to FIRS
(iv) Evidence of the firm’s Corporate Registration with the appropriate-Professional body
(v) Details of staff strength including the Curriculum Vitae and profile of key staff
(vi) Details of previous construction undertaken including scope and certificates of valuation
(vii) Clear indication of Head Office address
(viii) Evidence of up-to-date Annual Returns
(ix) Sworn affidavit that the Firm is not bankrupt
(x) Sworn affidavit that none of the directors is an ex-convict or bankrupt
(xi) Evidence of Financial Capacity and Banking support (Bank references, Recent Statement of Account)
Original documents mentioned in paragraph 3(i) – (Hi) above must be produced for sit sighting during opening session.
5. METHOD OF APPLICATION
The Consultancy Services will be executed with strict adherence to all contractual terms in the signed agreement by all partners. All invited consultants will be required to submit Technical Proposal.
The pre-qualification documents must be sealed in an envelope clearly marked “EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR PROVISION OF CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR SKILLS ACQUISITION CENTRE PROJECTS” LOT
(State clearly the Lot and description of Lot, Please).
6. DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION
Bid the document in three (3) hard copies and one (1) soft copy (CD) should be submitted to the MTB Secretarial temporarily location in permanence secretary’s office 10th Floor, Phase I, Federal Secretariat Shehu Shagari Way. Cbd. Abuja Submission should be made on or before 6th April 2009, 12:00 noon on that date. Bids will be opening on the same day of the Secretarial Conference Room on the Ground Floor by 1:00 p.m. in the presence of all bidders or their representatives who choose to attend.
Response to this invitation shall not oblige Ministry of Niger-Delta Affairs to consider any responding firm for qualification. All cost incurrent as a result of response to this invitation and any subsequent requires for information shall be borne by the responding firm.
Dr. Yahaya. A. Abdullahi, OON
Federal Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs
Tags: Construction, Consultancy, Engineering, Government, Management, Niger Delta